Robert Hale, London, 1938, second impression, hardback, no D/J, frontis. photo of Londonderry with Hitler and Von Ribbentrop
Should Britain regard Germany as her potential enemy, or seek her friendship? Prior to the Second World War, Lord Londonderry thought Britain should adopt a policy of friendship with Hitler and a better understanding of Germany's aims. Under attack from anti-Nazis inside and outside Westminster, Lord Londonderry attempted to explain his position by publishing Ourselves and Germany in March 1938.
Good condition,. Black cloth boards show bumping to extremities and spine is sunned. Gilt lettering to spine is unclear. Pages, particularly the endpapers, are tanned but otherwise clean and undamaged. Binding is sound.